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Commonwealth Aviation – Air Charter Services on your schedule serving the Boston and NY areas to Provincetown, Cape Cod and the Islands. Scheduled flights based on seasonal demand. Reservations and information: 617 307-4080, 855-2FLYCWA (235-9292).
Cape Air offers fast, frequent, year-round flights between Provincetown and Boston, and seasonal flights between Provincetown and New York. Our ticketing and baggage agreements with most major carriers make connecting a breeze. To book your flight, visit our website or call 800-CAPE-AIR.
By Boat (SEASONAL)
Bay State Cruise Co., Inc., Boston to MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown, passenger fast and excursion ferry service. Brand new state of art, fast, sleek M/V Provincetown III. 877 783-3779, 617 748-1428, Provincetown 508 487-9284. Most daily departures. Online and walk on E ticketing available, dock side.
Boston Harbor Cruises, passenger ferry Boston/Provincetown, 90 minute fast from One Long Wharf, Boston to MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown. This is the largest luxury passenger catamaran in the US, now with concierge service. Schedules and reservations: 877-733-9425, 617-227-4321. Ptown office on MacMillan Wharf.
Captain John Fast Ferry – Bob Avila, beginning July 12th, 2014. Departing from historic Plymouth Massachusetts to scenic Provincetown. Leave Plymouth 10am, arrive Provincetown 11:15am. Depart Provincetown 4:30pm, arrive Plymouth 5:45pm. Bikes free of charge. Reservations online or by calling 508 746-2643.
Hy-Line Cruises, Nantucket/Martha’s Vineyard, 36 Ocean Street, Hyannis 02601, 800-492-8082, 778-2688, fax 775-2662
Plymouth to Provincetown Express Ferry, ferry service between 77 Water St. in Plymouth & Fisherman’s Wharf in Provincetown 508 747-2400.
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co. bus service between Provincetown (MacMillan Pier), Hyannis (Transportation Center) & Boston (South Station) & Logan Airport, 508 746-0378. Regular service from Boston, New York, Providence and Hyannis takes very little longer than driving. The bus drivers will gladly drop you off on the route in through Town. The bus enters Provincetown’s East End, travels along Bradford Street to Standish Street, and on to the bus stop at the foot of MacMillan Pier, near the Chamber of Commerce office. Tickets are purchased on the bus off season and in the Whale Watch Store at 309 Commercial Street in Provincetown in summer.
Provincetown is at the end of Route 6. From the south you can come through Providence Rte. 195; from the north or west Rte. 495 or through Boston by Rte. 3. All routes connect with Route 6. Driving time from Boston or Providence is almost two and a half hours, New York about six hours.
Hundreds of people come to visit Provincetown by bike!
From New York to Boston MA and Providence RI: Amtrak